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threefold

1. equal to or having three times as many or as much; triple
2. composed of three parts
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In the remainder of the present lecture I shall state in outline the view which I advocate, and show how various other views out of which mine has grown result from modifications of the threefold analysis into act, content and object.
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The number of field tax audits decreased threefold in Azerbaijan n 2018 compared to 2017, Azerbaijani Deputy Minister of Taxes Sahib Alakbarov said on Jan.
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Loadshedding has increased threefold and there is no electricity for 18 hours daily.
Finally, participants will have an opportunity to harvest fresh blackberries at Threefold Farm in Mechanicsburg.
But since then, there has been a sharp, threefold increase, according to the study.
However, since then there has been a sharp, threefold increase.
Container traffic at the Hutchison-managed terminal has grown threefold over the past five years, in line with significant investments to increase efficiency to the highest international standards.
Organised by the Centre of Performing Arts MITOS, this threefold performance under the name The Binding, will take place on Friday in Limassol where director and dramaturgist Kritharas Georgios will explore the boundaries of performance.